Painting of a man from Crete from the Tomb of Kenamun
Painting from TT 93 in the Valley of the Nobles at Thebes, the tomb of Kenamun, chief steward of the King Amenhotep II. This figure with black hair ending with tresses, and with a narrow hair-band, represents the land of Crete, which the ancient Egyptians called Keftiu. This is clear evidence that there were connections between Egypt and Greece during the New Kingdom period.
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